No rent control at Mills

The Oakland Rent Control Board decided that Mills College is allowed to assign its own rent rates for residences in Faculty Village, despite protests by some residents that the rents are too high. Board arbitrator Doris Brown made the decision following a hearing that took place nearly a year ago on December 5, 2000. During […]

Campus diversity rises

The percentage of students of color on campus has increased since this fall, delighting admission officers, but also raising questions among some students abut what it means to be diverse. The number of students of color has increased four percent since last fall, according to a report released by the Office of Institutional Research. “Students […]

Recruitment gets a face lift

Prospective undergraduate Mills students are flipping through updated Mills literature, filling out qualifying interest cards, and receiving e-mails highlighting campus visiting days as part of a new move by the Office of Admission to update its recruitment process. Most of these changes are recommendations taken from a report presented to Mills last November by a […]

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